What is coke and how is coke classified?
Coke definitionBituminous coal in the absence of air is heated to 950-1050 DEG C, after drying, pyrolysis, melting, bonding, curing and contraction of the final stage of this process is made of coke, coking high temperature (high temperature carbonization). By high temperature coking coke for blast furnace smelting, casting and gas generated in the process of coking. After the recovery and after the purification of coke oven gas is not only a high calorific value of fuel, and is an important raw material for organic synthesis industry. Metallurgical coke is coke, coke, iron alloy coke and non-ferrous metal smelting coke for metallurgical coke collectively. More than 90% were used for blast furnace ironmaking blast furnace coke, so often referred to as metallurgical coke is coke. The special cupola molten iron and coke. Coke is the main fuel cupola molten iron. It is melting charge and molten steel overheating, the support column to maintain its good permeability. Therefore, coke should have Large blocks, low reactivity, porosity is small, with impact crushing strength, low ash and sulfur enough.
Types of cokeCoke is usually divided by use of metallurgical coke (including blast furnace coke, coke and iron alloy coke, calcium carbide and coke gasification etc.) with coke. The pressurized pulverized coal forming coal, coke carbonization etc. in the new postprocessing process called Formcoke.
Metallurgical coke is coke, coke, iron alloy coke and non-ferrous metal smelting coke for metallurgical coke collectively. More than 90% are used in blast furnace, the furnace coke often called metallurgical coke. Metallurgical coke quality standard Chinese formulation (GB/T1996-94) is the blast furnace quality standards.Gasification coke is a kind of coke, which is specially used in the production of gas. It is mainly used in the fixed bed gas producer with solid slag, as the raw material to produce CO and H2 gas:C+O2 - CO2+408177KJCO2+C - 2CO-162142KJC+H2O - CO+H2-118628KJC+2H2O - CO2+2H2-75115KJBecause the process of producing the CO and H2 are endothermic reaction, need heat supplied by the coke combustion, so the heat is gasified char gasification process. The gasification coke required low ash content, high ash fusion point, block degree appropriate and uniform. The general requirements are as follows: >80% fixed carbon ash; 1250 degrees Celsius; volatile 84%, ash